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Summer Poetry Picnic 2017 – Whitman & Keats

We „lean(ed) and loaf(ed) at (our) ease observing a spear of summer grass“ (Whitman) and enjoyed the „summer, when luxuriously / Spring’s honeyed cud of youthful thought (we loved) / To ruminate, and by such dreaming high / (Were) nearest unto heaven“. (Keats)

STORMS

a poem by Elifnaz Kabalci.

„It’s a dangerous place for a little girl to wander“

Contra Diction or How Why Became My Favourite Word

a poem by Livia Regen.

„The end quite far
In the distance
Turned into narrow lanes“

Sunday You

a poem by Livia Regen.

„it didn’t matter
it was a foggy day“

London

a poem by Livia Regen.

„You are expected to be bright at night“

D.’s Room

a short story by Charlotte Zerz.

„He had every important film in his shelf, watching them all would take a lifetime, but then again, D. was remarkable, he could do things nobody else could do.“

Hope Beyond Hope

a short story by Naheel Younes.

„Five years ago, I had nothing but hope in this life.“

Like Coming Home

a short story by Charlotte Zerz.

“It’s really inappropriate to talk to your boss like that, Ferguson.”

“Not tonight,” I said and knocked back the drink he had ordered for me.

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